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Author: Sidway, John.
Title: The reasons of the conversion of Mr. John Sidway from the Romish to the Protestant religion together with what usage he hath since received in the Church of England : as also a brief account of his travails / humbly communicated to the high court of Parliament.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The reasons of the conversion of Mr. John Sidway from the Romish to the Protestant religion together with what usage he hath since received in the Church of England : as also a brief account of his travails / humbly communicated to the high court of Parliament.
Sidway, John.

London: Printed for Nevil Simmons and Langley Curtis, 1681.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Anti-Catholicism.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60223.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE HIGH COURT OF PARLIAMENT.
THE Printers Epistle TO THE READER.
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First, against Purgatory & Limbus Infantium.
2ly. Against the Invocation of Angels and Saints de∣parted, and the making of them our Mediators and Intercessors.
3ly. Against one Mans works being applyed to another.
Fourthly. Against the Adoration of Angels, Martyrs, and Saints departed.
Fifthly. Against the Adoration of Images.
6ly. Against the Adoration of Holy Reliques.
7ly. Against Transubstantiation, and by Consequence, the Adoration of the Host.
Eighthly, Against the Adoration of the Altar, the Cross, and all manner of Creatures, whether of Gods Crea∣tion, or of Mans Invention.
Ninthly, Against Prayer for the Dead.
Tenthly. Against humane merit.
Eleventhly. Against Auricular Confession.
Twelfthly. Against Humane Satisfaction.
Thirteenthly. Against Pilgrimages.
14ly. Against Sacrifice.
15ly. Against St. Peter's being the Head of the Apostles, and the Pope's being the Head of the Church.
16ly. Against the Roman Churches infallibility.
17ly. Against Papal Dispensations.
18ly. Against Multitude of Ceremonies.
19ly. Against an Obligation to a Single life, either in Priest's, or others.
20ly. That the Holy Scriptures are the only Rule both of our Faith and Actions.
21ly. That the Scriptures contain what∣soever Doctrine is necessary to Salva∣tion.
22. That God only ought to be Adored and Invo∣cated.
23. That the Pope is Antichrist.
1. Contra Purgatorium & Limbum Infantium.
Secundò. Contra invocatio Angelorum, & Sanctorum de∣mortuorum, & facientem eos Mediatores & Interces∣sores.
Tertiò. Contra applicationem unius Operum ad alium.
Quartò. Contra Adorationem Angelorum, Martyrum, & Sanctorum demortuorum.
Quintò. Contra Adorationem imaginum.
Sextò. Contra Adorationem Sanctarum Reliquiarum.
Septimò. Contra Transubstantiationem, & conse quentiâ, Hostiae Adorationem.
Octavò. Contra Adorationem Altaris, Crucis, & omnium Creaturarum an Dei Creationis, an hominis inventi∣onis sint.
Nonò. Contra Precem prr mortuis.
Decimò. Contra Meritum Humanum.
Undecimò. Contra Confessionem Auricularem.
Duodecimò. Contra satisfactionem Humanam.
Decimo Tertiò. Contra Peregrinationes.
Decimo Quartò. Contra Sacrificium.
Decimo Quintò. Quod nec Petrus fuerit Apostolorum, nec Papa Ecclesiae, Caput.
Decimo Sextò. Contra infallibilitatem Ecclesiae Romanae.
Decimo Septimò. Contra dispensationes Papales.
Decimo Octavò. Contra Ceremoniarum Multitudi∣nem.
Decimo Nonò. Contra Obligationem, aut in Sacerdoti∣bus, aut aliis, ad Caelibatum.
Vicesimò. Quòd sola Norma, & Fidei, & Actionum, Sacrae Scripturae sint.
Vicessimo Primò. Quòd Seripturae contineant quicquid Doctrinae ad Salutem necessarium esse.
Vicesimo Secundò. Quòd Solus Adorandus & Invocandus est Deus.
Vicesimo tertiò. Quod Papa sit Antichristus.
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